This is an offbeat game to review.
Doesn’t look overly appealing based on your review.
I’m not here to persuade you into buying a game. I’m just giving the facts about it.
It’s really niche. If you don’t find it appealing, then don’t buy it. :)
I’ve been playing it and it’s kind of okay. It’s not super Metroid or La Mulana or SotN, it reminds me a little of Order of Ecclesia. Not as good as that, but similar.
It’s.. a tough nut to crack.
I gave up on the pumpkinhead girl boss. I’m just no good at parrying!
Just train with Daigo for a few months and you’ll get it down.
Conversely, I beat the Pumpkin girl with the ball & chain and getting it stuck behind her. The “Metroid” homage area however got under my skin and I had to stop.
Wait, so you didn’t beat the game before reviewing or am I reading it wrong?
Admittedly, I fell just short of beating this game namely because I wanted to work on the review while it was still fresh in the steam new releases segment.
Didn’t even succeed in that. So many early access games buried that game into obscurity.
Gee Highwang you sure love shit games
If he loved shit games he wouldn’t have kept on trying to bring up good games while we were trying to stream Anonymous Agony.
The life of a reviewer is not all AAA tiles.
Gotta review the lesser stuff too.
The game was actually never freeware. This is the legit published version of it instead of the leaked translated version. Also you don’t seem to understand a lot of the concepts behind advanced movement within the game. It is more based around those movement ideas than behind being a metroidvania. You can in fact complete the game without the clock that lets you turn around due to its really fluid movement mechanics. Also most types of movements you need to proceed actually give you small invicibility frames from weapons and other things.
It’s a very short game and it’s more of a platformer/bullet hell than a metroidvania while it does have aspects of a metroidvania it is only if the person doesn’t know where specific items might be held. There are about 3 central rooms and so regardless you will see those several times when transitioning from place to place.
I just had to say something because personally I have been busy working on a speedrun for this game since it was launched on steam and I love the crap out of it. The movement is fast, fun, fluid, and it is entirely what the game is based around.
Huh, it was never freeware eh? I always hear it discussed under the context of it being free so I never realized that.
I also suspected that you could beat the game without the turning upgrade. That’s pretty hilarious. Good luck with the speedrun.
I see you’ve fallen for the ol’ switcharoo of thinking the boy in a bunnysuit is a girl.
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